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It's been 20 years since Lotus first introduced the Elise, so to celebrate the occasion, the British automaker is offering a special 20th Anniversary edition of the sports car that changed it all.

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Lotus could be the next sportscar manufacturer to sprout new doors as the company's board is expected to make a decision between a new crossover or sedan sometime soon.

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Lotus gives the Evora a thorough, 400-horsepower makeover in time for the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, proving that you don't need to start from scratch to get anywhere... and get there fast.

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Recently appointed chief executive Jean-Marc Gales has big plans for Lotus, starting with the new 400-horsepower engine from the Evora and leading all the way up to a Nürburgring challenger to succeed the back-to-basics 2-Eleven track toy.

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Thanks to a host of revisions, the new Evora 400 will lap the Lotus test track six seconds faster than the Evora S that came before.

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In its never-ending drive for sports car perfection, Lotus has been spotted working on a revised version of the Evora that's expected to debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month.

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Now running under dominant Mercedes power, the new E23 Hybrid is the first new chassis from Lotus to pack anything but a Renault engine in two decades. But will that be enough to put Lotus back in contention for checkered flags?

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Lotus sneaks into its sales results an announcement of a new model to debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, but just what will that new model be?

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How the mighty have fallen. After Marussia and Caterham both went bankrupt, the revised entry list for the 2015 Formula One World Championship lists the once-formidable Lotus team as "subject to confirmation," raising questions over the now-independent team's viability.

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Which Baby Box Is Best?

Ford and Nissan have been scrapping for market share in the very hot small commercial van segment, and now Ram wants in on the party. The 2015 Ram ProMaster City hopes to one-up its main competitors in key categories, making the best do-everything business vehicle in the process. Read on to find out how it fares.

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Tesla testing battery swapping in the real world, Lotus may be pondering an Evora-based crossover, and the triumphant return of Bultaco to the two-wheeled world. Get your Friday recap on.

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If it seems to you like every sports car manufacturer is getting into the crossover game, that's because it's pretty much true. And now, we potentially have one more to add to the list, as Britain's Car magazine reports that Lotus – yes, Lotus – is proceeding with plans to build a crossover.

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You know a vehicle is going to be something special when you need a pair of goggles to drive it, and this highly customized Lotus lives up to that promise. The owner refers to his one-off as the Ronin RS 211, but underneath that barely there body are a few parts left from a 2005 Lotus Elise.

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The trials and tribulations at Lotus over the past several years haven't put the company in best financial position, and after the dismissal of Dany Bahar as CEO, the automaker seemed rudderless. Jean-Marc Gales (pictured above) is the new captain at the helm of the British sports car brand, and he seems like the complete opposite of Bahar. Where the former boss was hugely ambitious (perhaps overly), the current CEO has crafted a plan for a gradual turnaround under what he called a "logic-based"

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A Lotus F1 car and the truck in which it's transported may both be powered by Renault and share a common JPS livery, but as far as size and performance are concerned, they're at opposite ends of the spectrum. So if you had to jump one over the other, you'd think it'd be a no-brainer to skip the single-seater over the tractor-trailer. Right? Well that may be the more logical conclusion, but it's not the way the Lotus team and its technology partner EMC decided to go for this latest promo. Instead

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With the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix now just ten days away, the focus is beginning to shift to next year's Formula One World Championship, with more and more pieces to the puzzle falling into place. And the latest news comes from the Lotus team. The Enstone-based outfit has confirmed that it's keeping both its drivers right where they are for next season, with Romain Grosjean partnering Pastor Maldonado once again.

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